The Skaema are known as a peace-loving tribe, but that does not mean they don't have the capacity to defend themselves. The Murodians, out of all the tribes in Tanglebrook, have been most inclined at testing those Skaema that would consider themselves guards. Raids on Bottomswell are never successful, as those who get in are quickly kicked out.
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The two best guards of Bottomswell are known as Barrier and Shield.
Their skills and stats may leave you very confused. First off, they cost an expensive 10 AP, 2 Herm GP, and 2 Otherkin GP, and they have only 5 stamina total. Their PEs are unimpressive as well, at 4/5/0/3.
They can also Shapeshift for the most expensive Shapeshift cost in the game. Shapeshifting means you can change their species for one turn.
So why is this card not only rare, but one of the most frightening Furres you'll come up against?
Their last skill makes them fend off all Furres of a certain species. Staring down a pack of wolves led by the Council of the Pawsrec? Barrier and Shield can fend them off indefinitely!
Got a rat infestation? Shapeshift Barrier and Shield into rats and then use their skill to make sure no rats enter bed. Then swing with everything else you have, unopposed!
Surprise your opponents with the sneaky shapeshifters! Get your cards today!
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|Schmuck_Noir on Jun 7th, 2012 @ 12:24 AM|
Dear Lord is this thing powerful. Awesomely powerful, yes, but powerful nonetheless. Someone is gonna get their asses royally handed to them with this one, and I want popcorn and front-row seat when they do.
Also, that rat on the right sure has some perky nipples, I must say. ;)
Moriarty on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 08:11 AM
Lockdown! this card is going to be devastating to most single Tribe decks except for other Skeama.
HuskyRedz on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 03:08 AM
So its not only the females that can deny bed steps :3
captainbozo on Jun 4th, 2012 @ 11:49 PM
Barrier and Shield + Sudden Shift for some extremely fun times. Play another one, and you can block for both your turn AND theirs!
Seppel on Jun 4th, 2012 @ 11:42 PM
@Mechsae: An Elusive Furre can't be targeted. Barrier and Shield's skill doesn't target, so it gets past Elusive. :)
Mechsae on Jun 4th, 2012 @ 11:40 PM
I'm curious about how this would work with Elusive Furres...